On that note, did Kevin Barry ever catch a pass after being 'designated eligible' in the U-62 formation?
What needed to be done there, if you have an OL that can drive block - which we don't - and if you're going to call a run, is straight ahead drive block,
The defense would react to the lack of a skilled, eligible receiver at TE. Meaning coverage would be directed elsewhere.
Dude! Clear out your PMs and is there anyway to get the board to allow video from Vine to be posted?
I agree, especially with the short timing passes. However, does the OL give our RB enough time to release over the middle?
As far as being
It's par for course that rookie wide-outs disappoint. I remember Sterling Sharpe struggling out of gate. But I certainly want to see more of him.
Another (naive?) question for Stubby: If your game plan calls for using the TE's as blockers exclusively, why use the TE's? Why not just let a guy like
If the rookies aren't getting the hand signals right, better do something else that works.
Letting the play clock run down is ok, this
I think it's both. They probably withhold the rooks because of how "complicated" all the hand signals and such from the no huddle are. Get in
This might be the problem for Rodgers right now:
Stephen Tulloch tore his ACL on his sack celebration/discount doublecheck/belt/taunt. http://www.si.com/nfl/2014/09/22/det...lebrating-sack
Ted needs to bring Apollos Hester in for the half time speeches.
I think the love being shown for Janis here is a bit too much. I question if he can run good routes or even run the offense. I don't see him being any
Especially since they even said they were going to make sure they knew were Jordy was on every play. They have no other receiver at the moment. Cobb
There are some excellent and truthful posts in this thread. Normally I'm an establish-the-rush-then-pass type of guy. But against Detroit??????
You are probably right with Seattle. They have good corners that can play man. But from what I've seen, they're pretty much a 4 men rush team on passing
Seattle plays single-high safety with Thomas back and human cyborg Chancellor up on the LOS. Agree on last point. Nothing tells the story of that game
Taken to an appropriate length, its a strength. Terrible coaches (think about Ray Rhodes in 1999) are always changing things up and altering the focus